We've seen this type of game before, one in which you control two characters or objects simultaneously, but Degrees of Separation looks to turn up the heat -- and turn it down. This curious little game sees you guiding two characters in parallel worlds - single player or co-op - as they try to help each other out, and it looks like a...
Hot or cold
Degrees of Separation looks like it'll be a neat indie platformer, but its initial announcement passed us by a few months back. It's releasing next year on 14th February, and if the trailer above that goes into detail on how the game plays is anything to go by, it seems to be shaping up nicely. The game is based around temperature, with...
Mech it count
Override: Mech City Brawl is a surprisingly fun time, at least, for the first few hours. It's a relatively simple brawler featuring big colourful robots, and when you're stomping around a destructible stage smashing your opponent through multiple blocks of skyscrapers, it's hard not to enjoy yourself. But look beyond its shiny...
There are a few examples of games featuring mechs on PS4, but Override: Mech City Brawl is perhaps the most casual title in the niche. It's a party brawler, with 12 mechs to choose from in up to four-player battles, either online or local. This new gameplay video comes courtesy of PlayStation Underground, and honestly, it looks like it...
Full announcement coming soon
We've not heard a great deal from the Trine series for a while, have we? Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power didn't really go down all that well, and the series has remained dormant in the years since. It looks like that's all about to change, though, as Frozenbyte has confirmed that it's working on Trine 4, and it'll...
Override: Mech City Brawl, a pretty fun looking brawler featuring a bunch of different giant robots, is getting a closed beta this weekend on PlayStation 4. Publisher Modus Games says that all twelve playable mechs will be available in said beta, and you'll be able to take part in both local and online multiplayer...
Mech your move
Override: Mech City Brawl is smashing its way onto PlayStation 4 in December, and going by the gameplay trailer we've embedded above, it could end up being pretty good fun. Featuring a character roster comprising entirely of big robots, Override's a colourful brawler that features a story mode, both offline and online versus,...